The difference between love and romantic love
By: Paul Brodie
I have never dated a girl that I did not find physically attractive. I do agree with the popular statement that looks are not everything; however, I believe that looks are the first thing. I know that physical attraction is not the most important factor...
The legacy of Abraham Maslow
By: Christyl Rivers
Abraham Maslow was the closest scholar of the mind to an Ecopsychologist that can be found if one thoroughly studies the twenty-first century insights into Psychology and behavior. To summarize his impact, and how it differs from the contributions of others in the Behavioral field...
How divorce affects children
By: Edgar Arold
Divorce not only affects the husband and wife involved, but it also can have an affect on the children. However, this is not an excuse for failure and in no way justifies a divorce that any of the children may have in the future. Everyone...
By: Gene Patterson
No one is perfect. Everyone has shortcomings. Actions which –shall we say- they are sub-optimal at. To be successful a good case of confidence will help clear away those issues. How does appearing confident make other overlook your shortcomings? ♦ Fake it Till you...
By: Sarah Ganly
Research and statistics play a huge role in organizational psychology research. There are an abundance of research tools and means of accumulating and determining statistics in organizational psychology. This article will discuss the roles of research and statistics in organizational psychology. Research and statistics play...
Mood disorders: Introduction to bipolar disorders
By: Effie Moore Salem
Bipolar is more of a mood disorder than a disease, and relates more to personality impairment than an all out mental illness. Extremes of energy levels dictate whether the victim will be high in the clouds with euphoria or down in the trenches with such...
The psychological approach to success
By: Effie Moore Salem
Success and failure are the two sides of a coin, both follow throughout a lifetime. Another way of saying that is sometimes you win, and sometimes you lose, and neither being too ecstatic over one, nor defeated by the other. Both teach lessons, but its...
What is the difference between self confidence and self esteem?
By: Effie Moore Salem
Self confidence and self esteem are related emotions but there are wide differences. Self confidence is believing you can accomplish the work you must do and self esteem is feeling worthy whether or not you are capable of doing the work at hand. In other...
Which came first Language or Culture
By: Angel Sosa
Which one came first, Language or Culture? Does it take a culture to create the language, or does it take a language to form a culture? In order to identify the answers to these questions, we have to know exactly what each of these are...
By: Angel Sosa
The Bronze Age, exactly what did this age comprise of? Well, this age was the second age of three part prehistorically era classified as the “Three-Age System“. The term was coined by Christian J. Thomsen in 1843. The Three-Age System was an inspired idea...

 

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